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Over 1.4 Crore Cashless Treatments Under Ayushman Bharat So Far: Minister

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Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare today visited National Health Authority to conduct a high-level review of implementation of Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana & National Digital Health Mission: Government of India

Health Minister@drharshvardhan  visits National Health Authority to conduct a high-level review of the implementation of the flagship health protection mission, Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana and National Digital Health Mission.

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50,025 Ayushman Bharat - Health & Wellness Centres are now operational across the country. Aiming at providing Comprehensive Primary Health Care (CPHC) services to the communities closer to their homes, 1.5 lakh AB-HWCs are to be established by December 2022: Government of India

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Under the Ayushman Bharat Universal Health Insurance scheme about 50 crore people have been covered during the last one year which is almost half of the country’s population.

I welcome the PM @narendramodi 's strong commitment to universal health coverage through Ayushman Bharat Initiative. ▪️I am Pleased to announce we have agreed to open WHO global centre on Traditional Medicine in India:WHO DG Dr Tedros#AyurvedaDay2020  @moayush  @AyushmanNHA 

WHO DG stressed close & regular collaboration b/w WHO & Indian health authorities, & specially appreciated India's domestic initiatives like Ayushman Bharat scheme & India's campaign against Tuberculosis. He said India had an important role to play in global health issues: PMO

Farmers, poor will get benefits of central projects like Kisan Samman Nidhi and Ayushman Bharat if BJP comes to power in West Bengal: Amit Shah

Farmers, poor will get benefits of central projects like Kisan Samman Nidhi and Ayushman Bharat if BJP comes to power in West Bengal: Amit Shah

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Highlighted reasons that make India an attractive investment destination. Was happy to know more about @IBM  ’s efforts in furthering AI among students. I also thank @ArvindKrishna  for his encouraging words on efforts like Ayushman Bharat & India’s journey to become Aatmanirbhar.

It would make every Indian proud that the number of Ayushman Bharat beneficiaries has crossed 1 crore. In less than two years, this initiative has had a positive impact on so many lives. I congratulate all the beneficiaries and their families. I also pray for their good health.

I appreciate our doctors, nurses, healthcare workers and all others associated with Ayushman Bharat. Their efforts have made it the largest healthcare programme in the world. This initiative has won the trust of several Indians, especially the poor and downtrodden.

During my official tours, I would interact with Ayushman Bharat beneficiaries. Sadly, that is not possible these days but I did have a great telephone interaction with Pooja Thapa from Meghalaya, the 1 croreth beneficiary. Here is what we discussed.

One of the biggest benefits of Ayushman Bharat is portability. Beneficiaries can get top quality and affordable medical care not only where they registered but also in other parts of India. This helps those who work away from home or registered at a place where they don’t belong.

One year of Ayushman Bharat, the largest healthcare programme in the world.

Ayushman Bharat has revolutionised our health sector and is being widely praised all over. It has enabled a healthier life for the poor and downtrodden. I once again appeal to the Odisha Government to be a part of this scheme. They should forget politics and think of the poor.

A major milestone for Ayushman Bharat! In 80 days, over 5 lakh families got free healthcare services worth Rs. 700 crore. We are continuously working towards creating a healthy India!

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#WorldHealthDay is a day to reiterate our commitment towards building a healthier society. It would make every Indian proud that our nation is home to the largest health programme in the world, Ayushman Bharat. It provides top quality & affordable healthcare to 50 crore Indians.

Government of India and various State Governments are working hard to make India TB-free by 2025, 5 years before the global target of 2030. Centre’s efforts such as TB Free India campaign and Ayushman Bharat are improving health standards and providing assistance to TB patients.

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